We are of similar mind on this with respect to Baker Mayfield and Kyler Murray. I loved Baker Mayfield. I thought, as you, the Browns made the right choice. Probably as early as December/January last year I decided that Mayfield was QB1 and a cut above the other guys. But Kyler Murray, it's very tempting to say I like Kyler Murray more. I personally am not good at comparing my thoughts on certain players by crossing an expanse of years, or even just one year. People ask me to compare this player to what I thought of a player from years ago. I don't like doing that. I find it difficult because I don't quantify QB talent, I qualify it. I've never liked the idea of using quantifiable, numerical representations for QB grades, like you're measuring gallons of water in a bucket or something. The position is inherently comparative, descriptive, and conditional. It's complicated. The time dislocation involved in comparing what I think of a 2019 prospect to what I thought of a 2015 prospect is just too hard to deal with, invariably brings a host of cognitive biases. I can't transport my 2019 brain back in time to 2015 and then debate myself the merits of Kyler Murray versus Jameis Winston, especially since at any given moment I am the sum of my previous experiences. Short story short I hate the idea of having to compare Kyler Murray to Baker Mayfield, even though Baker is still fresh enough in my mind that I think I can do it without being influenced by those cognitive biases. But in reality, I can't. The best context I can give really is that yeah, in 2004, 2005, 2006, 2010, 2011, 2012, 2015, 2017, and 2018...I had QB1's that I thought could/should absolutely go #1 overall and were legit franchise level players, guys that should hurt defenses, play at a high level, etc. And now, in 2019, I think the same thing.